On one of the Sundays we went to a place where we have not been to for lunch. We used to pass by this restaurant after church and it was usually packed during lunch time. This is Restoran Foo Kwai, located along Jalan Bercham, Taman Sri Kurau. We found a table for 2 and we sat for a while to see what were available before deciding what to order.
We ordered a small plate of soya sauce chicken and a piece of soy sauce tofu together with a plate of rice.
I was drawn to this noodle stall. I ordered a plate of chicken curry noodle (wanton mee). It was a delicious lunch for us.
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Later in the afternoon, I needed to buy something from Aeon Big.
There at Aeon Big, I spotted this decoration put up for the Lantern Festival that will be celebrated tomorrow, 15 Sept. Even though I do not celebrate this festival, I used to enjoy eating the sweet moon cakes but have since cut down the intake due to health reasons.
It was a very hot afternoon. Hoping for rain to fall.
Signs of rain clouds forming but we only get a few drops of rain. It was not enough to wet the ground.
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That evening, I decided to cook a simple dinner instead of eating out. I looked into the fridge to see what I can cook.
Steamed free range chicken (kampung chicken, with skin removed) with ginger strips, goji berries, salt and Chinese rice wine.
Chayote (veggie pear) cooked with minced meat.
We manged to finish these two dishes without eating any white rice.
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The following photos taken in Fraser's Hill are for joining Flower Wednesday.
Beautiful Orange Gladiolus flower.
Bright Yellow and Red Cannas.
Linking to Flower Wednesday.
The manna was the size of small seeds, whitish yellow in colour.
The people gathered it from the ground and pounded it into flour,
then boiled it, and then made pancakes from it -
they tasted like pancakes fried in vegetable oil.
The manna fell with the dew during the night.
(Numbers 11:7-9, The Living Bible-TLB)